How does each individual culture (ancient Greece, Rome, China, and India) reflect cultural and world development today?
How do these cultures relate to the development in the humanities?
Influences: Cultural, World and Humanities Development
Greece's influence is extensive. Greece is known for its contributions to philosophy, and by extension any area that philosophy touched, such as war, peace, education, perception, entertainment (plays, for example), music, and even government. It is also known influential as regards its civil structure, political experimentation, and architecture. In more detail, the Greeks' ability to manage several separate styles of government and citizenship effectively in its history has formed many models for handling current issues such as national, state, local, and even collegiate government structures.
Like Greece, Rome's ancient ...
Four of the world's greatest ancient civilizations are briefly noted for their general influence on modern facets of culture and humanities.
the rise or fall of a Egyptian culture
A. What conditions allowed this culture to grow and become dominant during its particular epoch?
b. What outside influences may have contributed to either the growth or decline of this culture?
c. What interaction/influence may this culture have had on the other cultures listed?View Full Posting Details